Here’s this week’s terrifying teaser. I’m thrilled to highlight another Central California Coast author, Linda Covella. Here’s a little bit from her very sweet story, A Jack O’ Lantern for Pop-Pop:
Eddy studied his Jack O’Lantern. Something wasn’t right. Something was missing.
He searched the house and found Pop-Pop lying on the living room recliner—upside down. “It’s good for the circulation,” Pop-Pop said.
His chin looked like his forehead. His mouth looked like a Cyclops’ eyeball. His eyes and eyebrows looked like two mouths with bristly beards. Poking out of each ear was a wiry tuft of hair.
That was it! That was what Eddy’s Jack O’Lantern needed.
Read the rest here!
Have you carved your pumpkin yet?